The Portuguese Grand Prix takes place at the Autódromo do Algarve from Friday to Sunday
The Portuguese GP is a fifth of 21 races of the 2022 World Motorcycle Speed Championship, which has 24 riders present in the premier class, MotoGP, including the Portuguese Miguel Oliveira (KTM).
The reigning world champion, Frenchman Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha), said that the Portuguese track is “not bad”.
“Everything will depend on training. My objective is to push as hard as I can. [na corrida anterior] I gave everything I had and I made a mistake, but it is a unique brand to challenge others”, explained the Frenchman, who in 2021 won the Portuguese GP held on April 18.
Australian Jack Miller (Ducati) was also a fan of the Algarve circuit.
“It’s so different from any other track we have according to the climb out nice. Riding”, stressed the Australian.
He also underlined the fact that the Portuguese GP is the first of the European rounds, which makes the championship “start with classified”.
The Japanese Spaniard (Suzuki) showed himself “after being more Japanese” Alex Rinmo to renew for the Japanese team.
“I can drive better because of that,” he said.
The Portuguese GP is the fifth of 21 races of the 2022 World Motorcycle Speed Championship, which has 24 riders present in the premier class, MotoGP.
The Moto2 and Moto3 categories are still in dispute, and on Friday there will be two free practice sessions for each of the three categories.
On Saturday, two more free practice sessions and qualifying for Sunday’s race will take place.
The 10 fastest drivers in the set of the first three free practice sessions guarantee a direct passage from the qualifying phase, to Q2.